GST Liability raised w.r.t. ITC Reversal on Credit Notes: Madras HC remands for Reconsideration on 12.5% Pre-deposit [Read Order]

The court observed that the GST proposal was related to the credit notes reflected in the auto-populated GSTR-2A
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The Madras High Court set aside the GST ( Goods and Services Tax ) demand order raising the lability of ITC ( Input tax reversal ) on credit notes reflected in the auto populated GSTR 2A. The court remanded the case on 12.5% pre-deposit as remitted by the petitioner. The original order was challenged in…

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